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“For the Hoopa Tribe the salmon are no less important to us then the air we breathe,” said Hoopa Valley Tribal Chairman Leonard Masten, Jr. “We are as committed now to the recovery of the Klamath and Trinity salmon as we ever were, and we will support anyone working to find water for their recovery.” Over 100 members of the Hoopa Valley and Resighini Tribes and their allies rallied for clean water on the Klamath in Sacramento on July 17. Photo by Dan Bacher.
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